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    Bathroom Light Pull Cord

    Electricians

    I am needing my bathroom light pull cord replaced and have been told that as the existing one is about 2 inches up into the ceiling the electrician will not do it. Is this correct? As surely it can still be removed and a new one fitted?

    Asked by Carolyn on 26th May 2022
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    JSF Electrical Services Ltd

    "This is a simple task and any good electrician could do this quick and efficiently. I’m under the assumption he can’t be bothered. There’s no regulation saying that he can’t do this.

    Thanks

    James @ JSF Electrical Services Ltd"

    Answered on 27th May 2022 - Member since Mar 2022 - report
    JW ELECTRICAL

    "It may hard to replace but I imagine it could still be replaced but if it is above the ceiling there may some damage trying to bring it to the ceilings surface to install the new pull cord, but I do imagine it can be done.

    Josh - JW Electrical"

    Answered on 27th May 2022 - Member since May 2022 - report
    E.C.ELECTRICAL SERVICES

    "yes it can be replaced just refit on lower ceiling if needed"

    Answered on 27th May 2022 - Member since Feb 2019 - report
    WK Electricals Ltd

    "Yes, the bathroom ceiling can be used to reduce the extra length of 2 inches onto the ceiling.
    The pull cord switch can be put onto the ceiling in the bathroom"

    Answered on 3rd Jun 2022 - Member since Jun 2021 - report
    DC Electrical & Property Services

    "yes this can be replaced the string on the pull cord is adjustable"

    Answered on 15th Jun 2022 - Member since Jun 2022 - report
    D tech FM

    "Anything is possible. By the sounds he can't be bothered to put it right. Itl more than likely need plastering once removed from the recessed ceiling but you can return once plaster has set and install a new pull cord. Simple job."

    Answered on 8th Jun 2022 - Member since Oct 2021 - report

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